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We all have clients, customers and people we meet at networking events who want to connect on Facebook on a more personal level than just clicking the Like button on your page. You don’t really want to say no (especially if it’s a client), but you also don’t want your personal life and your business life colliding. Thankfully, you can use the Friend Lists feature to control this.

By creating Friend Lists for your professional friends you can post personal items that they won’t see and you can also post items specifically for them. In this e-book, you’ll learn how to set up your lists, how to keep certain of your personal information items private, and how to post (or not post) to specific lists. If you are using Facebook for both personal connections and professional connections, you can’t do without the Friend Lists!

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